Promise and Promiscuity

Dunedin
Friday to:
28 Oct
Saturday
05 Nov

Venue Location

104 London Street, Dunedin

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Prices

OPENING NIGHT:

SPECIAL Opening Night Special Price
$28.00
UNDER 25 Under 25 years of age, Student ID maybe required
$25.00

STANDARD:

EARLYBIRD Available until 31 August
$30.00
ADULT Full price
$35.00
CONCESSION Seniors 65+ and Students with ID
$30.00
UNDER 25 Under 25 years of age, Student ID maybe required
$25.00

Timing

Running Time: 70 minutes

Venue Location

104 London Street, Dunedin

Discounts

Globe Members

Globe Members receive $28 Adult tickets when using their pre-issued promotional code.

Group 6+

Add 6 or more Adult tickets into your Cart to one Show, click to apply discount when prompted, and pay only $30 per ticket.

Payment Options

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Delivery Options

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After selling out the 2014 Dunedin Festival of the Arts, Ms Penny Ashton's (Radio NZ National’s The Panel) bonnet is back! Join Elspeth as she battles literary snobbery, cousin Horatio's digestions and her mother's nerves, armed with a blushing countenance, excellent ukulele skills and being quite bright – you know... for a girl. One woman, directly related to Darcy, tackles all of Austen's characters with song, dance and appalling cross-stitching. 

Best Touring Production - Dunedin Theatre Awards

Weekly Best Theatre Award - Adelaide Fringe

"…a triumph of delightful satire." ODT
"Somewhere Jane is smiling."  * * * * * Edmonton Sun
"…Pride and Prejudice gone wild." * * * * * Rip It Up, Adelaide
"A delight" * * * * * CBC, Canada
"sparkling" * * * * The Scotsman, Edinburgh